Request an appointment

Until further notice all appointments will be held remotely. More information will be provided when you book your appointment as to how this will be managed. A full appointment service is still currently running through Blackboard Collaborate, phone or email.

Depending on the nature of your query, there are a number of people able to provide you with further support. Below is an overview of the different kinds of help and advice available, together with details of how to access the support.

Easter opening hours

The University is closed from Thursday 9th April - Tuesday 14th April. We will resume appointments and respond to queries from Wednesday 15th April.

 

Get help with maths and statistics

Help with: understanding and working through maths and statistics related content for your course.

Request an appointment with a Maths Help Adviser.

Speak to an Academic Adviser

Help with: improving your ability to manage your studies, researching and writing assignments, preparing for exams and making sense of the feedback you receive. All consultations will currently take place remotely via Blackboard Collaborate, Skype or email.

Request an appointment with an Academic Adviser.

Book a Librarian

Help with: finding information, literature searching, subject databases, referencing and bibliographic software such as RefWorks. All consultations will currently take place remotely via Blackboard Collaborate, Skype or email.

Request an appointment with a Librarian.

Arrange a one-to-one IT help session

Help with: using Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Blackboard and other essential IT topics.

Book an one-to-one IT help session with an IT Trainer.

Access support from the English Language Teaching Unit

Help with: using English for academic purposes if your first language is not English.

Apply for a writing consultation with an ELTU tutor.

Register for a non-credit course or workshop.

Seek advice and representation from the Students' Union Advice Service

Help with: a range of academic issues including mitigating circumstances, academic appeals and changing course.

Get help from the Students' Union Advice Service.

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